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W/C CQB .45


DW Valor .45


EB Special Forces .45


EB Kobra Carry .45


DW Valor 9mm

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Tooky, what gun is the second picture? It has stunning lines.
 
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Not sure if Classic. But here is my %80 1911 I built. Thing is a freaking laser beam. Super dirty as you can see on the muzzle and a bad photo. But you get the idea.





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Ed Brown in 9mm:

Right Side by GaryBF, on Flickr


Ed Brown in 45 ACP:

Left side by GaryBF, on Flickr
 
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Fighting the good fight
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Originally posted by myrottiety:
Not sure if Classic.


None of them so far have been, though all very nice, they're modern 1911's Smile

(I aint got none either) Wink









Though of that last trio, I only own the one on the left now.


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Mine
 
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More modern than the other, and I'll never be a fan of front slide serrations, but good lord this one is a shooter.



 
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I dont own one just now but I hope to see the CZ model some Members have. And mm6mm6, if you see this sir, please post your Colt National Match. Thank you.
 
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Here's my plain jane Ed Brown in 45 auto. The closest catalog item is the Executive Target. My personal touches include the non-textured front strap, solid trigger, abbreviated beavertail grip safety and sterile slide. Note also the traditional slide stop contour. Given my druthers, I would have preferred 90 degree slide serrations with traditional style grip & thumb safeties.

 
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Bought this SW new about 6 years ago. Has a couple thousand rounds through it. Never a malfunction and shoots like a dream!
 
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My purchased new in 1987 Colt w/ 12,000+ rds through it & never a malfunction & my new Colt Competition series .38 Super.




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Picked my first up just five days ago...



Shoots great for me, too Smile




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Fantastic photos! Coming off a flu bug I found them a boots.


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Nice pictures and guns but a classic 1911 will not have:
A beaver tail
A hammer without a spur
A mag well
Holes in the trigger
 
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Pretty classic... Dec 1918 production date

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pre-series 70 Colt as far as the classics go



for the new stuff, I like the Les Baer monolith. my personal favorite was one in a shooting times (or other magazine) that had no serrations of any kind, anywhere. but I can't find the exact picture.

Pics are not mine

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A couple of classics (with a baby relative in the pic)

A Springfield Custom Shop Professional Operator build with a few extras

Back to the classic styling but modern in caliber of .357sig
 
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Since the thread title references the "Classic 1911" here's my .45, (the others are (9's).

 
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